Made in Italy, this ring sling has a padded shoulder and rails for additional comfort.
A great soft structured carrier specifically designed for travel. A great option assuming your child is over 15 pounds.
This is one of our favorite carriers due to its style, comfort, simplicity and wide weight range.
It is tough to think of another baby carrier with as much flexibility and overall quality for the price.
A baby carrier built for active parents
Lightweight and nearly as comfortable as the original Ergo
Ten years after its introduction the original Ergo is still considered to be one of the best carriers in the market.
One of the best light weight carriers on the market, it was targeted for those who want a carrier for traveling.
Love a Mei Tai but want the ease of a buckle carrier? The Pikkolo is a great carrier.
A simple and easy to use carrier that allows you to face your child out should you desire to do so.
Action Baby Carrier
Constructed differently than many of the other carriers in the market, the Action Baby Carrier makes a compelling argument.
Not sold in the Untied States, the Manduca is one of the best selling baby carriers in Europe.
Great for those who want a ring sling and the connivence of a storage pocket. This is a high quality ring sling that is sold in sizes to accommodate many different body types.
Sakura Bloom Pure
Elegance, comfort and style the Sakura Bloom ring sling quickly built up reputation for being one of the best in the market. We don't disagree.
The Kokopax packs in a great combination of simplicity and style, both for parents around the house and around town.
Littlelife Voyager S2
It's not cheap, but this is a TotGear favorite due to the comfort, adjustability, packability, standard sunshade and rain shield.
Deuter Kid Comfort III
The Deuter Kid Comfort III has a number of fans due to the torso adjustment, storage, comfort and especially the easily accessible sun shade. That being said some testers could not get past the overall height of the carrier.
A great looking carrier with a lot of amenities, ultimately wished phil&ted would have focused more on function than form.
The Moby Go was created for fans of the Moby Wrap that outgrew their beloved carriers. Despite limitations like the 15 pound minimum weight range, and a lack of padding in the shoulder straps, the die hard Moby Wrap fans welcome this unique carrier to their babywearing collection.
Looking for a great deal on a baby carrier? This carrier has a lot going for it.
Well priced and good for short trips, but the lack of torso adjustment, lack of padding on the waist belt and lack of chest strap causes issues wit comfort for extended excursions.
Kelty Pathfinder 3.0
Many of our testers loved the Kelty Pathfinder 3.0 for its self-retracting stability stand, torso adjustment and excellent sunshade coverage. Some struggled with how stiff it felt when wearing.
This is a carrier made to support your child from birth to toddlerhood. It really shined when our children were over 15 pounds.
An industry standard in the babywearing community, we highly recommend this wrap.
Loved by outdoor enthusiasts due to the tech materials used, comfort and high build quality, this carrier is great for parents looking to spend a lot of time in on the local hiking trails.
Providing a number of the attributes we look for in a carrier, we ultimately we thought it was overly complex when comparing with the competing carriers on the market.
BabyHawk Oh Snap!
Do you have a child over 15 pounds and prefer a more urban style? This carrier is good for for those who what to express their individually due to the various non-traditional design options.
If your looking for a fully featured carrier that is still very compact and easy to travel with, look no further. The AngelPax LX-2 is a great baby carrier for those looking for a scaled down SSC.
Fully organic and made in Canada, this is a stretchy wrap that is of great quality, but it's a bit pricey due to the increased cost of the manufacturing in Canada.
Zolowear Ring Sling
Compact and comfortable, this ring sling uses 3% stretch to add comfort for the wearer and baby alike.
Osprey Poco Premium
This is one of the best framed carriers in the market. It is stable when loading your child, has lots of storage and we LOVE how easy it is to use the sunshade.
We love the number of amenities as well as the aesthetics of this carrier, but it seems that they put more emphasis on form than function.
Would you like to use a wrap but are intimidated by the concept of learning how? The Infantino Sync helps to shorten the learning curve.
Chicco Smart Support Review
Lots of features and a low price, if your looking for a framed carrier on a budget you may want to take a peek at this carrier.
Designed for children over 15 pounds, this carrier is great for little ones who are not so little anymore.
The ability to wear your child front facing out, front facing in, and back carry adds a lot of flexibility to this carrier. To achieve this flexibility, the Stokke is can be cumbersome...and it's not cheap.
Despite the fact that this carrier is no longer in production, it was one of our favorites for the money. Don't fret, there are still several left that you can purchase while supplies last.
Tula Baby Carrier
Expensive, but worth the price due to it's comfort, build quality, style and attention to detail.
Love to hip carry? look no further, this baby carrier specializes just that.
The benefits of using a wrap with the simplicity of a soft structured carrier.
A reasonably new entrant into the soft structured carrier arena, the JumpSacBaby is a unique alternative for parents.
Olives and Applesauce
No need for an additional infant insert due to the inclusion of the "Y" panel a good carrier for those who are adverse to wanting an infant insert.